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Thank you for all your hard work and support during my 2012 re-election campaign. Without your help, I would not be in Congress today fighting to bring jobs back to Rhode Island, working to improve our education system, and to strengthen and protect Social Security and Medicare. As we begin to gear up for the 2014 election, I encourage you to use my new website to learn about upcoming events and how you can get involved in my campaign. Thank you for your continued support!

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David Cicilline In The News

10/15/2014
The Providence Journal

PROVIDENCE - As Cormick Lynch criticized U.S. Rep. David Cicilline during a debate Tuesday for what he described as a lack of congressional progress, Cicilline maintained that many problems facing Rhode Islanders have already been solved but Republican leadership in Washington, D.C., has stymied improvements and refused to cooperate.

Cicilline counted bills on immigration, emergency unemployment benefits and transportation among those that have been passed with bipartisan support in the U.S. Senate but have not been taken up by the House under the current leadership.

10/11/2014
Yahoo News

In November 2013, a month before the first Ebola death was recorded in West Africa, two U.S. congressmen stepped off a plane in Monrovia, Liberia, to visit a nation that would be ravaged by the disease within a year. 

The lawmakers, Republican Adam Kinzinger of Illinois and Democrat David Cicilline of Rhode Island, were in West Africa as part of a weeklong "Peacekeeping Learning Trip" funded by the United Nations Foundation to show them the U.N. mission and the impact of foreign aid in the region.

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